Wow, you sure like to twist words and change the subject ... a normal tactic for someone who can't defend what's actually being discussed.So when moose or sheep or deer populations have been dropping...and fewer tags issued now than 20 years ago...is that still bait and switch?
I mean when I started applying for sheep n Wyoming in 1999, they were issuing 100+ more tags than now. My odds did not improve with fewer tags
I didn't expect sheep or moose numbers to decrease over time...in particular with the amount of money we pour into managing them.
Should I sue the state over that?
This nonsense of nrs feeling they are owed anything other than a chance to draw is flat ridiculousness....apply or don't. I couldn't care less.
And I hope residents of the states I apply in as a nr realize how grateful I am to just apply, no matter how slight my odds are. They owe me not a damn thing, including not a single tag.
Like I said, in no other state I hunt do I see this kind of nr entitlement displayed toward resident hunters. It's curious...and it's because we've been too generous for too long.
I didn't say anything about suing anyone.
And you actually summed up my point with "This nonsense of nrs feeling they are owed anything other than a chance to draw..."
That's it exactly, applicants were promised a chance to draw ... and after years of buying points its being taken away.
Hilltop summed it up ... misleading marketing.
And you didn't need to say "I couldn't care less." It's fairly obvious you only care about yourself and being able to add another tag to the 10 or so you already draw annually.